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A new study suggests children who struggle to speak at the age of two are less likely to do well when they start school.

Kids who own more books and are taken to the library as toddlers are also more likely to achieve higher scores.

The research by the University of the West of England, Bristol, Sheffield and Edinburgh University looked at how the environment in which a child learns to communicate affects their readiness for school.

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